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6 Kingdoms of Living Things

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Biology
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6 Kingdoms of Living Things

4. FungiMulticellular, eukaryoticSimple, aerobic organisms which can grow in low moisture and low pH environments, and have their genetic material bound in a membrane and do not produce their own food, but obtain nourshiment from dead organic matter.

5. PlantaeMulticellular, eukaryoticComprised of photosynthetic plants found in this biosphere. Most of the organisms is this kingdom synthesize their own food with the help of solar energy. They also contain chlorophyll, lack motility, have cell walls made of cellulose, and can reproduce both sexually and asexually.

3. ProtistaEukaryotic, unicellular and multicellularCan't be classifiied as a plant, animal, or fungus.

1. ArchaebacteriaUnicellular, prokaryoticMicroorganisms that are similar to bacteria in size and simplicity of structure, but radically different in molecular organization

Six Kingdomsof Living Things

6. AnimaliaMulitcellular, eukaryoticAre heterortrophs; they must consume living or dead organisms since they cannot synthesize their own food and can be carnivores, herbivores, omnivores, or parasites. Most animlas reproduce sexually and have complex tissue structure with differentiated and specialized tissue.

2. EubacteriaUnicellular, prokaryoticA bacterium or a large group typically having simple cells with rigid cell walls and often flagella for movement.

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